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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD ,.Tune21st, In These Days No Merchant Can be Successful Unless He Represents You BY J. R. HAMILTON Manager of. Wanamaker's Philadelphia I Republ C1 IFTY years ago every stpre had a 1 "barker" just as eyery sideshow has now. He was not. so loud, but he was equally insistent He stood on the side- walk in front of his -store and urged you to come in. When you entered, he rang a b'e.11. .You were surrounded by highwaymen and there immediately began a system of- brigand- age was not .even surpassed by hold-up men on lonely roads. The first business of these io-called salesmen was to find out how much nancy you had. Every ruse was resorted to to got you to open your' wallet or your purse. The second object was to get as much of thai money as possible aud his value to his concern was measured' entirely by your loss. This is not romance; It is history. Not the worst stores, but many ot the belt stores did it. The only price on an article was the hiflhett price you would pay. The law of Emptor (let the buyer beware) was the Com- mercial Law of tho land. It was understood that you and the merchant were commercial enemlei and that you were his legi- timate prey. Such thingi as a definite price or. the returnablllty of merchan- dise or a guarantee ot zood faith would have been considered fool- hardy. Now, out oi all this chicanery, this cross-roads bartering, this world-old hostility of buyer and seller, have come the clean, whole- aome, truitworthy initltutloni of the present day. And the one great factor that has brought this change about is ADVERTISING And the reason to rthis is that a man is. nat- urally far more careful of ,what he writes than of what he merely Bays. To-day you walk into a store with as much confidence as you enter your home. You feel that every possible safe-guard is thrown about you for your protection. The merchant, where he once was your commercial enemy, has become your business re- Your pleasure is his command. Me will do any- thin? within to meet your smallest request. Even the manii- fcoturera and big distributors have caught this feeling that they must .represent you, or you will not patronize them. This is thV great thing that Advertising has -done for trade. peculiar part of it is that you feel this safety, this reliab- ility, this surety of fair play only toward .those who advertise. That is 'Why the cblumna of this paper should mean so much to you. That 'Is 'why you should make this adver Using a part of your daily news. That ii why you ahould btgin to read.it today, and continue to read it every day.for everything you buy. ican Convention Still Scene of Factional right (Continued 'from front pngrt. Chairman Hoot announced the first business to bo tho report of tho com- mittee on credentials. The report re- commended the seating of the Tat't delegates in the ninth Alabama dis- trict. The report sustained the find- ings of the .National committee. Taft Gets Them All v'iiicusu, Hi., Juuv an aii- tiight session, tile credentials conunlj- teu of the Re-publican National con- vention had. at six o'clock this morn- ing, settled only fourteen of tho 71! contests considered vital by Gover- nor Hndley and tho Roosevelt leaders in their appeal from tho decisions of the National committee. All of them, together with twenty that the credeli- lals committee took up on its own in- itiative, were settled lor President Taft. California's ttwo Taft delegates were seated by the committee at 5.-la lock this morning, a long de- bate. A motion to. seat the Roose- veil delegates was defeated by 2S to 16. Personalities and political ran- cor were practically, absent. For an hour and u half the committee mem- bers, worn out by over twenty hours of wort, sat and .debated the right of California to instruct for Roosevelt j by a State-wide majority, the Taft delegates elected in the fourth dis- trict. Tile debate of the California case followed the receipt of what was termed an "insulting letter'1 from the two Roosevelt delegates, Charles S. Wheeler and Phillips Bancroft, refus- ing to appear, and declining to recog- nize that a contest existed. The California case Was taken up t 4.20 a.m. L. N. Mitchell, of Peun- j ry S. New, James K. Watson and Jos- eph U. Oliver., llhU'ruess marked II] arguments" IHM.WCOII formci Senator llovcridge on the lioose- volt side, and Senator llemomvay ami Merrill Moore, on llio Tuft side. Notwithstanding the fact ilml tho Roosevelt members' of tho National noniinfttoo''liorf '-jjloii vvnnk seat the Taft delegates, practically, all of the Roosevelt men on the cred- entials committee this morning rat- ed against them. In Hie thirteenth Indiana which was included In tho list which Col. Roosevelt said had been unfairly de- cided against him by the National committee, Senator Heverldgo again appeared as-counsel. The Taft delegates. (Moment Stude- baker and-Maurice Kcix were seated by til credentials committee. A mo- tion to seat, tire Roosevelt delegates was defeated, 27 to IX As the morning advanced, efforts (KEEP COOL.) (KEEP COOL) TONIGHTvAND TOMORROW Week-End i "THE VICTORIA CROSS" A magnificent Historic Military Drama. A 'thrilling episode taken from -the .'unions uiglit Brigade, in the (Crimean War.) (Oon't miss "Charge'' of AiV INTERRLTTKD WEDDlIfG A true Western ttory of ranch life. It Is exciting Till? "BUNCO GAME" AT i i n i c, waitress and her "Cowboy This is absolutely a "Bunch of comedy, duallng with a pretty cities hi the east this month register a gain of cent. ivere made to stop the limitless argu- Measured by actual amount, Toronto ments that had characterized the Al- holds first place, followed by Winnipeg ibania and Arizona contests. Roose- .Montreal a'nd- Calgary. The order last velt members objected to tiie shorten- May was us follows: Calgary, Toronto Ing-of the time limit, but agreed to i Vancouver aud Winnipeg. Eight cities help in enforcing the existing rules, have issued permits In excess of one In this way, it was hoped a report could he completed committee''In time KNIGHTHOODS TO TORIES ONLY LAURICR GOVERNMENT. DIVIDED K.C.M.G.'S BETWEuN WHIT- NEY AND GOUIN Ottawa, 'June Canadia knighthoods duly for Conservative is a question that Is being asked more than once on Parliament Hill, since the birthday honors were announced this morning. Whilo a knighthood is, In one sense, honor 'from the Sovereign, still it Ji recognized that, such honer comes through the recommendation of the .Canadian government. Now, before tie luighiwg of Mr. Hoblln and Mr. IMoBridV by tie .present government, there were two other Canadian pio- Tinoial premiers: who anjoyed that honor. Theie were .Sir. James Whit- ney, a. Conservative, premier of On- tario; and Sir Lorlmer Oouin, a L-fb- -premier of Quebec. .Both these gentlemen got knighthoods tiu-otgh the Laurier foveruusnt. Hitherto the theory bus been that knighthood ta like a ju- diciary appointment: it is something that should and muit be kept out of polfiics. The Laurler ministry jdently followed this in appointing one jpremter from either political -faita to The preoent government, accordkiK the Bill conimenl-i, hafi evidently that to .the victor belongs when theee apoMe ere K. C U so bpth preeent went to Jt Ivpornifid'pBt. that if tb'e preeent (overomwit -wanted a proritclal iera] premier to honor was an eiceptionally'good one in the pereon of Mr. Murray of Nova Stootiu, who wnuld weBr'.-linightbooil wHh dignity distinction. In fact, )fc. Murray one of the big mtn at and for come lime he hai the Cootta together by tfe6 (oroe of his perionalHT. Then there are WalUr isott, -ft and A; Siftoi of AlWt- U, well. i Bnt evidently the wits not imking for Liberal! to honor. In future, M the comment mot- to in K.C.M.G. decorations is "No Liberal need least till the political complexion of the' govern- ment undergoes another change GIRL'S LETTER TO TITANIC HERO Seaman, Who Wanted to, 90 to Help Others London, June Jones, native of Anglesey, who vvas an able seaman on the Titanic, has received the following letter, dated from the Great Northern Hotel, New York: '-1 feel 1 must write anil toll VOL how; splendidly you took charge pi our boat on the fatal night. There .were only four English people in it cousin. Lady Rothes, her maid, you, and mj I think vou were wonderful. "The dreadful regret T shall always have, and I know you share with me, is that we ought to have gone back to see vyhoni we could pick up; hut, if you remember, there vvas an Ameri- can lady, 'my cousin, self, and who wanted to return. I could not liear the' discussion very clearly, as 'was at the tiller; but everyone for- ward and the three men refused; but I shall always remember your words Ladies, if any of us are saved, ip- member I wanted to go back. I would rather drown with them than leave them.' You did all you and being my own countryman, I wanted to tell yon very truly, 'OLADYS CHERRY. In interview on Saturday Jones laid that there 'were 35 ladies and three men in his boat, which was Xo. 8. When he saw the Titanic had he wanted to go back and savo some of those struggling in the water, but was overruled. sylvania, a member of the committee, presented the letter from' the Cali- fornia delegates. It contained lan- guage which members considered ob- jectionable. and the committee or- dered rt returned to the California delegates without comment. A motion to seat the Taft dele- gates, brought a request from the the credentials for .presentation to the .National convention this af- ternoonl Bitter Interchange An observation by .Mr. Halbert, .of Minnesota, at 4 o'clock this mornini that "facts do not go in the commit- tee." precipitated a bitter interchange of .remarks. .Members jumped to their feet, and demanded'that Mi-. Halbert apologize reflection on the honesty of the 'members' of 'the committee." "The votes .speak for said 'Mr.. Halbert. "Yes, on -both retorted Lan- stroui, of -Montana. Chairman Devine called upon Jlr. Halbert to ooserve order, and added: "The gentleman from .Minnesota is just as Ukely to be wrong in the way Hoosevelt members for an opportuu-1 iire jhe other members ity to discuss the case, that had pro- voked. perhaps, the greatest attack from the Roosevelt forces upon the National committee 'I believe if the two delegates from California, who were elected by State majority of are not seat- ed." said Jlr. Halbert.pf.Mianesoia, "it wili mean the death .knell of the Na- tional committee that attempts to thwart the of those O D Lanstrom ot Motuani declared under such a precedent, the city of New York by a primary vote could cojnpletely dominate the entire dele gation.from the State. The whole representation in con- he said, "is to secure dele- gates representative of the wishes of the voters in the various. districts Mondell Changes Vote Representative "P. W. llondell, of Wyoming, declared he had intended to vote for the two Roosevelt dele- gates. "out of regard for tie senti- ment of a majority of voters in CaK ifornia." would have done be added, 'if it had not been for the gratuitous of this committee." Chairman Geo. R. .Mflbly. New York, member of the credentials committee, said that no 'report- would lie present eii to the conveiiddii until the last contest had been-decided. If the Uoosev elt men he slid demand i i oil nil on the contest lie committee could not finish its. befoiB Sit urdav ind the report would not be piesented (to thej convention until Monday. Under ttfese" conditions, he said, the convention -could not com- plete us woik ind be adjourned un til of next week nsnlt given the committee bv California delegates. 1 shall the not by sentiment. will you pro- rote by conviction, 'The American people stand for such .actions a pose said W A Louder of N'orth Dalcota. "If this convention refuses seat delegates elected in Califoi mi bv a nnjorits of 7 701) the can peonle will defeat thi. nominee of that partj Repre entative Beo New York, declared 'Charles Murphy, R Malbv, of of Tammany MANITQULIN MAN DEAD Gore Bay, June IB lost one of its most prominent citizens by the death of William John Tucker, of Mani-towaning. Is 1904 Mr. Tucker contested the constituency of Manitoulin against the present mem- R. R. Gainey. HE BE A 'Montreal jury declared that Alex Onita-m, of Lacklne, who slashed his wite M tiniM with a knife, Is Insane. WAREHOUSE BURNED Robinson Bros, cork warehouse at Port Colborna was burned. PHONE 471 OFFICE BOX 96 The Wall Paper Question ItNT A QUC4TION If you buy your Will ftftrt from Ihe Revto Co., It'i the aniwer. SAMPLES AND PROMPTLY The Revlo Co. Paintert ind Avenue Stuth Hall has nmetv votes in his pocket at Baltimore as the result of the unit rule." he said, "a precedent that would nlice all of a State s delega'es at the mercy of the popular. State ma- jotity, and would New York city .radically control of one-tenth of the delegates to the Republican National convention. I don t w ant a precedent establish ed he said, "that will give to a single city the control ov er the entire State which in turn a large control over the H-epublican National convention ind its selection of i candidate When I see a man like Charles Murphv, with ninety Deuio cratic delegates to delivered to whom he sees fit I tremble to think what would happen il any Repiibll can had such control over the nomin- ation in a Republican National con- vention. Daylight found the credentials com- mittee room and hall vvavs ir the Coliseum annex, partly" filled with sleeping' or nodding commUteemen and contesting delegates Aileep In Hillwayt More than of the fiftl two members stuck to tbe work through- out the night, while delegations wan- ing to be heard, dropped to -sleep in the hallways The committee worked far into the raoining ovor the Indiana contests Beginning beforo midnight on the con- tent for tlelegatus-at-large, vyhcro for- mer Senator Beverldge on the lloose- velt Hide, and Senators Hemeiiwav were pitted against each other The Indiana conteste were uol concluded until 415 Senator and aMoclale HooseTclt contest nere U to U The commltlee seated the Tafl delcgats W Fairbanks Har MAY BUILDING ITTHE WEST la us current issue the Financial Post, publishes tho following on the building permit ibsued in Canadian uities during "Mav 191J la Mav 1311 according to the Fin ancial Posts tabulation tweutv live Canadian cities.issued building permits with an estimated cost of 84 per cent in advance of the.correapondliig.inonth the Ions j ear The permits usued dining MJJ this year howevei do not >w suoh a large advance as they did last jear but the inciea e of 21 pel cent over last years record flgtires shows that building operations are be- coming more extensive The total for Unity seven cities including seven places where no building permit bylaw was In Torce or where'returns arc not av-iilable i over twenty three mllliqn dollars the actual gain over last year being The cities West of, and including Port Arthur and Fort William show an advance of "almost 15 per cent., whereas VIGOROL The Great French Tonic up a system and Wouicu ol Lelli- budgc may now be stioiig and healthy J D. Higinrjolham (Jo ILIAC it and giuu- aiitecs bottle VIGOROL' is the latest Inven- tion A new lease ot life IB gu mint'ed to ever} rrnn ind woman who takes VIGOROL The complewl Is made clear every blemish will be removed, ,1he blood made pure, the ner- ves made strong and evcrv 01 gan will be placid In a health} condition Rheumatism will bo entirely dirven out- of the -15 s torn; that tired "feeling remov- ed; new ambition and energy will be yours. You will he able to compete with the woild Gei a bottle 'of the wonderful tonic todny. iVI.OOROL will reniovn that pain In the back and give jon a healthy ippetite i Prlco a bottle. million dollars, as compared with last when there were six. A glance at the following table will give-the position of the various cities, as they are arranged in order of magnitude. Edmonton's actual increase is the in fact, the only gain of over a million. There are, however, quite a few near or above the three-quarters of a million ma as follows: Montreal, Moose Jaw, SS3G.963; Saskatoon, and Toronto, 'Larger than any individual increase is Calgary's decrease, vvhich is 420. Calgary, however, stands forth In actual amoinit. The very large figure ast year included -two large-buildings, a hotel and departmental store. Other decreases are shown by Regina, where the permits so far this year, have in- cluded no large buildings as they did last year, and New.Westminster, where Hermits for a building made last year's.-figure high. Sydney and Halifax in the east are the only cities, with a decrease. The total of the de- creases shown in the west is 7, The largest percentage increase is shown by Chatham, with an advance of 350 per cent. Next In order is Ed- monton with 251 jier cent.; Moose Ja'w, 351 per cent.; Prince Albert, 211 per cent.; aud Macleod, 205 .per cent. Macleod's permits totaled compared with a year ago. Tile figures for Lethbridge are given as, MUSIC AND DRAM A (Conducted F.IDELIO) The Cross at Starland Starland.'have secured a great pic- ture for Friday and Saturday en- titled "The Victoria Cross." This 1 the much-talked-of picture" that [lab made a name and kit a deep impression throujiout the whole lucd world The ston is as fol- lows prev ions to the charge, of the Light Brigade, made famous bv Tennvsori ,in the fall of 1854, a young lieutenant of the English Army asks his Colonel for tho hand ol his daughtci Tllcn" The Colonel re plies, "When you have won your spurs I will give consert Russia declares ir igunsl Fngland ind J nnce and 'The light Bugadc is ordered to the front. After the de- parture oi the lieutenant and her fa- ther-. Ellen decides to become a 'nursr under Florence Nightingale and-goto the front also. During the charge o! the "Six Hundred" Lieutenant Chol- mondelcy saves the life of his Golon- 1 by defending him against the com- bined attack of three Cosbackb and the. most thrilling .scene in this great picture is where the lieutenant lifts Cossack .above his head and casts him maimed and helpless to the ground. Ellen meanwhile is watching; through her father's field glasses with palpitating heart, the progress o! this battle and the .heroic deed of her sweetheart. After the war, what is left of the few survivors of the "light Brigale" lie mustered be foie Quten Victorn ind the young liuitenmt is dice-ratal with the i much-covLted Cross" for valor, and at the same limo onel gives him his. Ellen, sajing, "He his f-iulv won her and his spurs is well 'Ihis is sure a great.picture and can bear, out its reputation. e You want the best TIRE PROPOSITION On The Market Don't You? Then buy the Gooderich Tire--the best on the long run We carry a complete stack of Gooderich and the Price Also a large stock of Accesiories H.T. Henderson Garage Cor. 6th St., and.6th Phone 5SS MOVING THE SHEDS FARTHER WEST tySTEAD OF ACROSS TRACKS, IS PROPOSITION. OF BUSINESS MEN -Since the confirmation of tlic re- port by General Manager Bury oE Lhe P. R. .western Hneu, that the com- y would not undertake any of'the ocal improvements contemplated for his year, a movement lias been start- ed by some of the wholesale houses nd transfer: companies of 'the city gainst the proposed removal .the C P. It. freight" sheds -to' Llie north ri of the Ninth St. overhead bridge. The reasons given s that the placing of 'the.aheily on.the ocatioii chosen by result in an increase in cartage charg- es due to the fact that all merchandise vould have to be hauled over the n-idge, making; a very heavy 'hnul in either' direction. To overcome this objectionable fen- ,ure. it IB now the wish of, those most nier.ested. that the freight sheds should be present ocation to a point further west. By bringing the east- end'of the freight sheds even with the west side of Fifth street, the sheds not in- terfere with the background of Gait park, while ,at the same time they would be close to the business por- tlon of the city. 'One reason advanced in favor of this site Js that all the EX. M. P. P. DEAD Coboiirg, Out., June Henry Reid, the county piiler, is dead. He was. formerly member of the lature for West Durham. NIGHT POLICEMAN DEAD uiff. McCourt, night, police at was.found dead. GOING TO' B. C. Rev. Frank Swan of Brigden is going to British Columbia missionary. Out., wholesale and business houses inter- ested! in the matter are on the south side ot" jne any saving ,in cartage charges is of vital interest to them. It is likely that the wholesale sec- tion ,of the Board of Trade will take the question up ind endeavor to have thi. company Umnge'its plans in this regard. Were the'treight'sheds moved to the location -now, 'talked of, it -is likely :that-the. would also be located on this side of the yards close to the approach to the high level while Ithe- team tracks would be located east of Fifth street, but. across on the north side. The likli- bood subway being, constructed at Fifth to this belief, and believed to be the beat solution tbo whole problem. Certain in results s purest in quality; try it and Fresh Fruit We Sell only the best Assortment, Quality and Price Will Please Yon AVjIci melons, On n 1.1 loupes., ApucoU, Plums, lYvicbcb, SiiawLciiics, etc. Ice Cream